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Pharmacy Technician program receives full accreditation

Published on December 18, 2014

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The Pharmacy Technician program at Georgian College has received full accreditation from The Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs (CCAPP). This is great news for Georgian and the students who will graduate from the program.

“Students are required to graduate from an accredited Pharmacy Technician program before they register with the Ontario College of Pharmacists,” says Toni Cano, program co-ordinator for the Pharmacy Technician program. “I’m thrilled that our program was recognized by such a prestigious organization.”

“It’s very important to provide our students with education and learning experiences that are of the highest caliber,” adds faculty member Kendra Barcelos. “This accreditation really puts the Pharmacy Technician program at Georgian on the map.”

The two-year Pharmacy Technician program had its start in September 2011, with the new pharmacy lab in the Sadlon Centre for Health and Wellness. Learn more about the Pharmacy Technician program on our website.

 

Getting your parking pass in January

Published on December 17, 2014

The Parking Office at the Barrie Campus will move temporarily to accommodate the influx of new students in early January.

  • From Monday, Jan. 5 to Friday, Jan. 9, visit them in M Building from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • From Monday, Jan. 12 to Friday, Jan. 16, visit them in M Building from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • By Monday, Jan. 19, they’ll be back in their regular office in C Building, and back to regular hours — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Learn about parking at all campus locations.

The First Class Café is open until December 19

Published on December 16, 2014

The First Class Café will remain open the week of December 15 from 7:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. Come warm up with a coffee or tea and try one of our many delicious breakfast or lunch menu items!

TFC will then be closed until January 5 and will re-open for the start of the winter semester.

SAC survey winners!

Published on December 15, 2014

We are very happy to announce the winners from the SAC survey, that took place on Georgian campuses, Nov. 3 to 6, 2014.

The survey was to capture the student opinion on the health and dental plan, offered through SAC (Students’ Administrative Council), and the various other SAC services on the campuses. We thank all students who participated!

If you would like more information on your student health and dental insurance plan visit the website.

Samsung Tab 4 (Grand Prize) — Sierra Ellis, Social Service Worker student, Orillia Campus, picture with Gail Hudson, Student Service Clerk

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$50 Future Shop gift card — Sherry Noble, Personal Support Worker, Muskoka Campus

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$50 Future Shop gift card — Brendon Reay, Police Foundations student, Owen Sound Campus

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$50 Future Shop gift card — Roberto DaSilva, Civil Engineering Technology student, Barrie Campus and Yu Ciu, Opticianry student, Barrie cCmpus, pictured with Leslie Anne Thoms, VP Marketing, Barrie SAC.

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Culinary students build gingerbread hospital

Published on December 12, 2014

 

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Georgian chefs Ignatius D’Souza and Philip Leach stand in front of the completed gingerbread hospital with Dave Hallman from RVH Business Development.

Culinary Management students built a huge hospital – one that happens to be edible. They baked and constructed a gingerbread replica of Barrie’s Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH).

The gingerbread hospital was auctioned off to raise money for Barrie Hospice as well as the Junior Muskoka and District Chefs’ Association. Continue reading

Keep our campuses safe: No reckless driving

Published on December 11, 2014

A reminder to everyone who drives to campus that any careless or reckless driving on Georgian property is strictly prohibited.

All instances will be captured on surveillance cameras and investigated accordingly.

Violators may face sanctions, including the permanent removal of the vehicle from the property.

Help keep our campus communities safe and please share this message with friends.

Georgian College Culinary students entertain at Queen’s Park

Published on December 9, 2014

A group of students in chef's whites serving bite-sized food to the President of Georgian College and other dignitaries
Georgian College President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes and others talk food with Georgian Culinary students at the College Day MPP reception at Queen’s Park.

Georgian College Culinary students showed off their cooking and hospitality skills as they mingled with MPPs, college presidents, college board chairs and community leaders at the annual College Day MPP reception at Queen’s Park held in November.

Each participating college created and served an array of tasty treats. Georgian students prepared a mouth-watering menu of local delights like Bala cranberry chutney, Peppery catkins-crusted venison loin carpaccio, and Muskoka maple marshmallow s’mores. Continue reading

Students show off dynamic projects at Innovation Showcase

Published on December 4, 2014

Chris Naismith and Zac Holloway stand in front of their "smart mirror" - with key information displayed on the reflective surfaceA mini-computer that shows sports scores, an automatic cat food dispenser and a remote control car that follows voice commands through an android phone were among the 18 student projects presented at Georgian College’s Innovation Showcase held Dec. 3.

Computer studies and technology students demonstrated some of their most intriguing ideas focusing on technology, innovation and entrepreneurship before a panel of judges. Continue reading

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